When we were kids, we waited for Christmas, and now that we’re grown-ups, we are all waiting for the unveiling of the new Apple phone. This year, we have been blessed with the new iPhone 13 series, which includes the iPhone 13, 13 Pro, 13 Pro Max, and the iPhone 13 mini. I don’t know about you, but I have been waiting to test out the new camera since the spec sheet was unveiled.
I’m not a photographer, I don’t know much about photography, but the little I do know is enough to tell you that I’m amazed.
The iPhone 13 Pro camera is the best one Apple has ever made, and I think that’s why the phone came with 1TB of storage. Once you experience how good the camera is, you won’t stop shooting. Let’s take a look at all the advantages the iPhone 13 Pro camera is offering…
The entire iPhone 13 series has good low-light photography, but it is more evident in the Pro model. It has a micron pixel count of 1.4, which means it captures more light and delivers brighter images.
If you have a 13 pro, you’ll have to rely on night mode less often than as with its predecessor, the iPhone 12 pro. You’ll get sharp photos that are closer to what you see with the naked eye. In addition, there is a fast shutter speed which helps with clearer images. If you are not used to the technical words, let me explain: it simply takes pictures faster, which means there is no blur, and there is less visible impact of camera shake.
The Macro Mode
This feature exclusive to the Pro models allows you to shoot in macro mode without any other external accessories. If you already have your iPhone 13 Pro in hand, set your device to a 1x Wide Camera, and bring your device up to your subject, then the macro mode will be automatically activated. On top of that, it works for both photos and videos. However, you should be aware that macro mode does not work too well in low-light conditions.
Zoom In Telephoto
The iPhone 12 Pro only had 2x optical zoom, which we quickly got used to, but the iPhone 13 Pro now has 3x optical zoom. While I don’t use zoom every time I take a photo with my phone, I know it can come in handy when needed. The great thing about this mode is that you don’t lose any detail or quality when you zoom in compared to other phones.
Portrait Mode But For Video? – Cinematic Mode
Apple makes our dreams come true with this model. I have to admit that this is my favorite of all the modes. It is available on all iPhone 13 models and is the same as the portrait mode we had on previous iPhone models, but this one is for videos. I’m amazed that you can change focus from one subject to another while shooting and also while editing. Impressive, isn’t it?
The only problem with the cinema mode is that it is only available in 1080p at 30fps. That means the camera can’t capture a lot of data, so you don’t have much smoother video compared to 1080p at 60fps, but it’s still pretty good.
The new iPhone 13 series has a long list of benefits. The new line has camera improvements, an A15 chip, and 5G but the display follows its predecessor.
The price of the new iPhone 13 is the only thing keeping people from buying it, but as a die-hard Apple user, I had to test this camera. Let us know in the comments if you’ll be giving the iPhone 13 a try…
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